Six of our courts recognised by resident-led awards

Six of our courts recognised by resident-led awards

Six of our housing schemes have been successful as part of national resident-led awards.

The courts have been recognised by the EAC (Elderly Accommodation Council) Housing for Older People Awards which allow residents to rate where they live by playing a specially designed card game.

EAC is a national charity which aims to help older people make informed choices about meeting their housing and care needs.

Many congratulations go to:

Winners

Queensridge Court, Oldbury

William Griffiths Court, Blackburn

Commended

Bowler Close, Bradford

Meadowfields, Thirsk

Sydney Jones - Manchester

Oakley Gardens - Sandwell

The specific level and category of award will be revealed at an awards ceremony at Hilton Manchester Deansgate on 17th February 2016.

Our chief executive Bruce Moore said: "We are delighted that so many of our courts have been recognised this year.

"The success is all the more sweet because the results are entirely dependent on the feedback of residents."

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